What You Should Know
CarboBurn is distributed through nearly every online weight management / supplement retailer. It wasn’t found on a name or company specific website. We are not able to give any information on contact avenues, such as emails, physical addresses or phone numbers due to this lack. Please make sure you are comfortable with the company you chose to purchase from.
There are two main ingredients contained in CarboBurn. The first is Phaseolus Vulgaris (1000mg) the extract of the Northern White Kidney bean that has been shown to help inhibit the body’s ability to breakdown carbohydrates for storage purposes. Second is Gymnema Sylvestre (300mg), is another natural additive believed to be responsible for lowering blood sugar levels. This supplement also contains gelatin, cellulose and magnesium stearate.
This product boasts the ability to both lower blood sugar and aid in repelling the absorption of up to 2,250 starch calories per serving. This should reduce fat deposits in the body by forcing the body to use stored fat deposits rather than burn what is necessary and store the rest. This may be an effective way to lose weight, maintain weight or reduce the possibility of developing diabetes. This product is a compliment to any diet, but especially to one that is high in carbohydrates. Carbohydrates are a necessary evil in today’s food choices. They are in breads, pastas, rices and potatoes staples of many diets. For some people, it is extremely hard to cut them down or out as the body literally craves them. This supplement may be able to help curb those cravings and if added to an already lowered carbohydrate diet, it helps reduce the absorption of carbs even more.
- This is an all natural compound.
- Lowering blood sugar levels may help diabetes patients.
- The lack of an actual website with ingredient information, product information or company information is a concern.
- This product does not contain a fat burner or stimulant.
- No before and after photos were found.
- No testimonials have been located.
In this day and age it is clearly a downside to have a product for sale and not have a website full of information to back it up. No customer claims (of either positive or negative effects), no before and after shots even radically manipulated ones, and no real information available to substantiate whether or not the product is worth your time or money raises several red flags for me. While searching for a particular product, you will come across this one and many others and I am willing to bet that you will choose the one with a more comprehensive website than this “plain Jane” option. This is not the only product containing these ingredients but it is one product I would pass up just because of its “emptiness”.